Rick Ross says he called up the Game to squash the beef with his MMG artist, Meek Mill.

"Perfect time to let you know I had a conversation with my brother Game on the West Coast. We put that shit behind us," said Ross mid-workout on his Snapchat. "Real niggas worldwide, nigga. Real niggas do real things. If it's on my side, don't even trip. On your side, that's how real niggas do it. Let's get a billion."

It seems Rozay tried to smooth everything out ahead of the arrival of Meek's long-awaited DC4 album, which the MMG boss also took a minute to plug. To be fair, he also shouted out the Game's recently released 1992. "So go on iTunes right now. Pick up that Game 1992, that Meek Mill motherfucking DC4. Buy em both."

Both rappers have been pretty quiet about the ongoing beef since the Game dropped his video for his Meek Mill diss, "Pest Control," at the end of September. Before that, the two parties exchanged a series of shots over diss tracks that eventually got Beanie Sigel dragged into the whole thing, causing Sigel and Meek's relationship to unravel. Most recently, a video leaked exposing a conversation between Game and Sigel discussing Meek.

For their parts, neither the Game or Meek Mill have commented on the beef or Ross' statements. Listen to what Rozay had to say about it above.